Before he can sell it to a foreign power, the IMF force must trick a treasonous scientist into revealing the whereabouts of a cache of nuclear material by convincing him he is now living 28 years after nuclear war has devastated the country. Written by
Did You Know?
There are several isotopes of weapons-grade plutonium. The most commonly used variety, Pu-239 (mentioned by Collins), has a half-life of 24,000 years; others have half-lives as short as fourteen years. Based on 1970s nuclear technology, Collins' 50 kilograms is enough to make seven or eight Hiroshima-sized bombs, but could pose a lethal risk to anyone handling it. See more
The IMF team places makeup on Collins' face to make him look older and he is not aware of it. Anyone who has ever worn facial prosthetics, such as he is wearing, knows that you are well aware that you are wearing them. See more
The rest of it will be in your Swiss bank account. Where is the... material?
The exact same location I showed you last year.